What is Estill Voice Training?

The American singer, teacher and voice researcher Jo Estill (1921- 2010) developed Estill Voice Training in the 1980’s to prove that individual structures or functional areas in our vocal instrument can be moved independently from each other. Each person can produce all possible vocal sounds if they learn to control the movements of the 13 functional areas (tongue, palate, larynx, etc.). In addition, common voice qualities such as opera sound, belt sound, speech, twang or falsetto are part of the Estil Voice Training.

How do I achieve my vocal goals effectively and quickly? How can I specifically solve my vocal problems or improve my sound?

The Estill Model has been produced to help individuals develop a vocally secure and controlled technique of the spoken and singing voice, regardless of the vocal style. It is a scientifically based and a well-structured method of functional voice training used internationally by singers, actors, public speakers, voice and speech therapists as well as singing teachers.

Sandro Di Lucia is one of the few authorized and accredited Estill Master Trainer teachers in Germany. To find out more on Estil Vocal Training   please visit www.estillvoice.com

“Everyone has a beautiful voice
…you just have to know how to use it!” 

Jo Estill


Estill Voice WORKSHOPS

Practice groups for EFP Certificate and EMT preparation

A course entirely dedicated to the practice of the 13 Figures and 6 Estill Qualities required in the EFP certification protocol, in order to have muscular mastery of one’s vocal apparatus regardless of the artistic requirements. 

— Open to people who have already attended Estill level 1 and 2 courses and are preparing for the Estill Figures Proficiency Exams

1 Day introductory workshop on the Estill Model 

As a qualified Estill Master Trainer I will introduce to you the basics aspects of the 13 Figures of voice control and of the 6 Voice Qualities ( Speech, Falsetto, Opera, Belting, Sob, Twang ).

— No previous experience with the Estill Model is Required to book or attend this workshop. Ideal for who is considering taking Level 1 and 2 or for who simply wants to learn about the Model. Ideal for Music Schools of all level.

Belting Workshop

What is Belting? Is it safe? Can anybody belt? How can I learn how to belt?
In this workshop, you will learn how to safely produce the Belting Quality, how to use it and how to always keep in mind your own vocal safety.

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